CASE 1    |    Sierra Burnes

CASE 2    |    Shirley Carter

CASE 3    |    Bradley Leonard (Butch) Sampson

CASE 4    |    Henry and Ertha Williams

CASE 5    |    Sherman (Red) Yoder

CASE 6    |    Charles Robert (Chip) Jones


CASE 8    |   Mrs. Millie Larsen

CASE 9    |    Ms. Julia Morales

CASE 10    |    Miss Patricia Verloren

CASE 11    |    Abel 

CASE 12    |    Heddy

CASE 13    |    NAME

CASE 14    |    NAME

CASE 15    |    NAME

CASE 16    |    NAME

CASE 17    |    NAME

Emergency Care Practitioner


An Emergency Care Practitioner (ECP) generally come from a background in paramedicine and most have additional academic qualifications, usually at university, with enhanced skills in medical assessment and extra clinical skills over and above those of a standard paramedic, qualified nurse or other ambulance crew such as EMT’s and Ambulance Technicians

ECP skills in South Africa include:

  • Full South African, adult and paediatric, advanced life support skills
  • Full diagnostics assessment (Otoscopy, ophthalmoscopy, urinalysis, system based assessments)
  • Thrombolysis, fibrinolysis
  • Rapid Sequence Intubation (RSI)
  • On-scene discharge
  • Administration of emergency medications
  • Ordering X-rays and requesting further investigations
  • Specialised intensive care unit transport of adults and paediatrics

South African ECPs are also required to complete several medical rescue training modules during their studies such as high angle rescue, light motor vehicle rescue and aquatic rescue.